It’s time now for the penultimate edition of this list as I unveil #20-11 of the greatest films in Disney history:
The first film of the 1950s following the series of package films is a great film that still holds up as one of the best fairy tales of all time.
19. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Arguably the most underrated film of the Disney Renaissance, this is a really great film with solid characters, a memorable villain, fun songs, and some of the most beautiful scenery done.
18. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The one that started it all, the very first full length animated film in history is still one of the greatest of all time and without it, Disney wouldn’t be anywhere close to what it is like today.
17. Ralph Breaks the Internet
Diving into a new environment and also having no problems poking fun at themselves, this sequel is about on par with the original and is another fun installment of the 2010s.
16. The Rescuers
Quite possibly the most underrated film in Disney history, this film is a great film that doesn’t get talked about enough with how good it is and was easily the best film released in the 1970s.
15. Wreck-It Ralph
Considering this film came out right before arguably the biggest Disney film of the 2010s, this is still a very fun film that gives a nod to video game culture and has a great story at its core.
14. Frozen II
While not up to the same level as the first one, this is still a fantastic film that continues to grow this world and also end the 2010s on a very high note.
13. One Hundred and One Dalmatians
With its great animations, lovable characters, and a memorable villain, this film is one of the best films Disney has ever done yet I feel it doesn’t get talked enough about how great of a film it is.
The first film released in the 2010s, this film easily surpasses anything released in the 2000s and is one of the best films of the decade though it is slightly overwhelmed by another film from this decade.
11. The Little Mermaid
The first film based on a fairy tale released since the 1950s, this film is a fun adventure with great characters, musical numbers, and animation as it kicks off one of the best periods in history that is the Disney Renaissance.
That concludes this portion of the list and next week, we finally close out this project as I unveil my top 10 films in Disney history.